- The BIN file. In this case I used WM7Full.bin available from several sites
- viewbin.exe from Microsoft Platform SDK
- cvrtbin.exe from Microsoft Platform SDK
- dumprom.exe from Microsoft Platform SDK
You may also be able to find these utilities using Google.
Use viewbin.exe to analyse the file:
viewbin.exe -t wm7full.bin
You'll see an image start and length. Start was 0x81000000 with length 0x0496A294 for the specific file I used. Plug these values into cvrtbin.exe:
cvrtbin.exe -r -a 0x81000000 -l 0x0496A294 -w 32 wm7full.bin
(obviously substituting the -a and -l value for those obtained from viewbin. Leave -w as 32)
This will produce wm7full.nb0. Plug this file into dumprom.exe:
dumprom.exe -d c:\output wm7full.nb0.
And there you have it, the files will be chucked into c:\output in their entirety.
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